Product

Changing how the student SHOWS what he or she has learned. Products reflect what the students know and are able to do.

Key Elements:

  • Different kinds of products, research and audiences addressing readiness and learning profile.
  • Adjust amount of structure and choice to fit readiness needs.
  • ALL projects and activities require application of essential concepts and principals.
  • Skills of planning and of production taught.
  • Uses skills of the discipline
  • Real problems, real audiences

How:
QUALITY PRODUCTS

  • Exhibit
  • Flow Chart
  • Oral Presentation
  • Editorial
  • Debate
  • Journal/Diary/Log
  • Book
  • Chart
  • Advertisement
  • Illustration
  • Mural
  • Map
  • Collage
  • Sculpture
  • Set of Photographs
  • Puzzle
  • Game
  • Collection
  • Newspaper
  • Tape/Cassette
  • Recommendation
  • Timeline
  • Letter
  • Panel Discussion
  • Self-Evaluation
  • Opinion
  • Story
  • Poem
  • Worksheet
  • Song
  • News Article
  • Cartoon
  • Invention
  • TV Show
  • Structure
  • Puppet Show
  • Pantomime
  • Dance
  • Magazine
  • Product
  • Simulation
  • Play
  • Demonstration
  • Teaching A Lesson
  • Computer Program
  • Scrapbook
  • Research Report
  • Bulletin Board Display
  • Power Point presentation